By Felix Omondi
Has the entire world gone crazy? Who should we blame for this, everywhere around the world people are sending festive tweets under the hashtag MerryChrismas. By the way, in case you haven’t seen the error. It is supposed to be spelled MerryChristmas; with the ‘t’.
If you pull up the top trending hashtags in countries such as Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, USA, and UK among others. At the very top of the trending tweets is the misspelling #MerryChrismas.
Oh wait, we are an autocomplete and autocorrect generation. Things like learning how to spell right is something we never really bother about anymore. But even so, a computer would not do the misspelling on such a wide-scale level. That now brings us to the conspiracy theory of the anti-Christ; an evil force hellbent in making the world forget about Jesus and him being the main reason behind Christmas.
You would notice kids wishes and prayers around the Christmas time is towards a fictional (read non-existent) figure named Santa Claus. How did the fat man in a red suit come into the picture as the poster for a religious Christian Click here to read entire article